Miguel Oliveira wants to say goodbye to Moto2 with world team title

The Portuguese rider Miguel Oliveira (KTM) said today that he intends to bid farewell to the Moto2 category by winning the world team title at the Valencian Community Grand Prix on Sunday.

This will be the last race of the Portuguese by Red Bull KTM Ajo and the natural driver of Almada said he hopes to secure the sceptre before climbing to the premier class of the World Championship of speed motorcycling.

“Everyone dreams of competing in MotoGP, I hope to enjoy the Valencia race and, above all, to leave the team with another victory, this is a circuit that fits well with KTM and my riding. for the title of the teams on Sunday, “said the 23-year-old, who has won this event twice in 2015 in Moto3 and last year in Moto2.

After securing world championship runner-up Miguel Oliveira, 32 points off Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Kalex), who won the previous round in Malaysia two weeks ago, says goodbye to the team he has run for the last four seasons.

“It’s my last race with the Red Bull KTM Ajo family.” It was an incredible three years, on the one hand, I’m sad to leave this family, a team that has given me so many victories and podium finishes. category and a new challenge, “said the Portuguese rider, in anticipation of the last race of the year.

Before the 19th and final round of the World Championship, Red Bull KTM Ajo currently has a 22-point lead over Bagnaia’s Sky Racing Team VR46.

For this championship, they score the two pilots of each team.

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